Thanks to MakerWear hats sponsoring this post, I’m back in the hat business. Let me show you how I styled my new five-panel hat on our trip to the National Zoo in Washington, D.C..
I used to be a complete hat girl, then I moved to Florida and it was too darned hot to wear hats. I have tons and tons of super thick hair, and my head started itching something fierce within minutes. NO thank-you.
But I feel like part of my fashion life has been missing and I’m getting back to adding a chapeau into my routine.
I recently discovered MakerWear hats and I absolutely love them. The hats are designed by emerging artists, then chosen by MakerWear to be put into production. You can browse all of the different styles by visiting MakerWear online to see if they can be found at a Target near you.
Anyways, The Workaholic had some time off recently and we had planned to go either to Florida or New York City, but our van developed a lovely radiator leak, so we realized that we just couldn’t go as far away as we wanted to. We decided on Washington, D.C. which is less than 4 hours from our house. I had never been to D.C. before, so I was extremely excited. I packed my favorite new dress from Target and some leggings (because that dress doesn’t cover my butt), my favorite boots, and my “Put a Bird on It” MakerWear hat for our trip to the National Zoo.
I think the look was perfect and covered up the fact that I really need a fresh shave on the left side of my head. (I’m a slacker, what can I say?). These hats are SO much fun, and there are styles for everyone.
The dress, leggings, and hat can all be found at Target. I have enormous calves so I have to shop at the big girl store for my boots, and the sweater in the “ZOO” pic is extremely old. And you can’t have it.